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Look inside dev firm PromptWorks’ new Center City office

The one-year-old firm used to share office space with fellow dev firm Neomind Labs in Rittenhouse Square.

Dev firm PromptWorks moved into a new Center City office this month.

Founded last year by a trio of Ruby on Rails developers who got to know each other through the Philly.rb meetup, Promptworks got off the ground while sharing office space with fellow dev firm Neomind Labs in Rittenhouse Square. PromptWorks has now moved to a larger space (3,300 square feet) at 1211 Chestnut Street to house its 12 developers, said cofounder Jason Garber.

The team is in talks with freelance developers about renting desk space in their new place. Neomind head Ryan Findley also works out of the office. They’re not quick to call it “coworking” — that’s a term reserved for places like Indy Hall, said Garber, a former Indy Hall member. Promptworks cofounder Mike Nicholaides is also a former Indy Hall member.

They’re also hosting events at the office, like the new Software as Craft meetup, organized by PromptWorks staffer Justin Campbell, and an upcoming Girl Develop It workshop.

PromptWorks clients include “a mix of Fortune 500s, midsize companies and startups,” Garber said.

See more photos of the space below.

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(Photo courtesy of PromptWorks)

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(Photo courtesy of PromptWorks)

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Here’s PromptWorks’ bathroom key setup. (Photo courtesy of PromptWorks)

Companies: Promptworks / Neomind Labs

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